Since I took a little hiatus from my blog, I keep thinking about what I should write next. So much has happened and I’ve got so many topics and questions to choose from. My list looks something like this:
1. Pre-wedding and post-wedding habits and observations.
2. Holiday family stress and the escape tactics I’ve used.
3. Recognizing my personal weight gain/weight loss habits in my significant relationships.
4. Feeling stagnant and getting fatter.
5. Getting psyched up for “the diet” and how it affects my husband, friends and family.
6. Renewal of faith in exercise.
7. The importance of keeping in the right heart-rate zones.
8. Jumping from one diet philosophy to the next.
9. How can you know what works? How long do you give a program before you determine it’s not right for you?
10. When tragedy strikes, how do we comfort ourselves?
11. When should you go with the flow and when should you MAKE things happen?
12. Should we keep questioning our choices? Or accept all we do and just move forward?
13. Rituals. Morning time, daytime, before bed. How important are they?
14. How hard should we try for a baby? What will THAT do to me, my body, my career, my life, my relationship?
15. Are these even the right questions?
See what I mean? There’s a lot of stuff rolling around my brain. And this is just a SHORT list.
I’m trying to dedicate at least one hour a week to blogging right now since I’ve decided to apply for a PhD in Positive Psychology (HOW COOL IS THAT?!!!! RIGHT???!!!) and I have to study for the GRE now, on top of doing my taxes, teaching group fitness and of course personal training and my freelance writing gigs. Yeah, yeah, Gray… you’re so busy. Pffft. I just need to dedicate some time ON MY CALENDAR to writing my blog and I’ll do it. The calendar really is a magical thing when used properly.
OK, that’s it for today since I have to teach a 6:30am spin class tomorrow morning. I’ll have to explore some of those ideas a little more next time… but would love it if I got some feedback about what would interest YOU.
Love and thanks,